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Actors -- Photographs

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Fritz Halbers papers

 Collection
Identifier: BUSC-2018-005
Overview This collection includes newspaper clippings, photographs, various theater materials, and correspondence relating to the career of actor, director and stage designer Fritz Halbers.
Dates: 1894 - 1975

Berthold Held photographs

 Collection
Identifier: BUSC-2017-002
Overview This collection consists of 12 studio portrait cabinet card photographs of actor and theater director Berthold Held in costume and 1 studio portrait of Held. All measure 6 1/2 inches by 4 1/4 inches. Studio information is printed on the backs of the cards. Three of the photographs are signed by Held on the reverse. The collection also includes an 1896 letter to Emil Rameau in German script on a single sheet of stationery.
Dates: 1880 - 1900

Tilly Losch papers and artworks

 Collection
Identifier: BUSC-2014-001
Overview Ottilie Ethel Leopoldine Herbert, Countess of Carnarvon (née Losch; 1903–1975), known professionally as Tilly Losch, was an Austrian dancer, choreographer, actress and painter. A graduate of the Vienna Opera Ballet School, Losch worked with Max Reinhardt for productions such as of A Midsummer Night's Dream (1927) and The Miracle (1932). The Tilly Losch collection consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence as well as legal documents, banking...
Dates: 1907-1991; Majority of material found in 1930-1975

John K. McLaughlin collection

 Collection
Identifier: BUSC-2011-001
Overview The John K. McLaughlin collection contains materials relating to the history of film, television and radio. These materials include scripts, posters, lobby cards, photographs, star contracts, and correspondence. In addition, there is a small collection of materials relating to horror and crime fiction.
Dates: 1900 - 2000

The Max Reinhardt Archives

 Collection
Identifier: 5749
Overview Max Reinhardt (1873–1943) was an Austrian-born theatre and film director, intendant, and theatrical producer. With his innovative stage productions, he is regarded as one of the most prominent directors of German-language theatre in the early 20th century. Reinhardt’s illustrious career takes on added significance because it coincides with a major shift in the evolution of the modern theater: the ascendancy of the director as the key figure in theatrical production. Reinhardt’s reputation in...
Dates: 1880-1984; Majority of material found in 1894-1973